Korangi: Religious party killed a local leader, New Karachi: Senior Committee member injured

Korangi: Religious party killed a local leader, New Karachi: Senior Committee member injured

Karāchi : Pakistan | Mar 12, 2011 at 12:06 AM PST
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Karachi, Korangi unknown motorcycle riders in the field resulted in the firing of the local religious community leader was killed while shooting in New Karachi senior committee member of the religious party was injured, after which Protestors set fire to bus given. Korangi police armed motorcycle riders in half the number closer to the firing party Ahle local leader Mahmood Shah jnhyn seriously injured was shifted to Jinnah Hospital, where he was truly Tolerance injuries died. According to police, the incident is the result of target killing, however, have been probed, Ahle mktbh incident linked to worry backlash expressed by scholars and officials condemned the incident and demanded that the accused involved kyfr role of immediate grftarkr led while at night shooting in New Karachi area and the political party associated with the elderly members of the committee were also injured Wali Mohammad Qadri, Protestors after the incident in New Karachi area gudahra camp close to bus route No. 11 W was burnt.

desicomputer is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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